Free Resources

For the Canberra Women of Science and Art event



Download these free resources so that you can explore science, technology, engineering, art and maths at home or outdoors.

  • Do you want to make a robot at the kitchen table?
  • What can you observe in your garden or at the local park?
  • Just itching to do some colouring-in? Try our fantastic Canberra Women of Science and Art feature artworks.

The Canberra Women of Science and Art Activity and Resources Kit

Flick through the gallery to get a preview of the Activity and Resources Kit.

It contains information about the event and competition; fun, hands-on activities; resources and help sheets from supporting partners and others, and; information useful to kids/teens considering their career options.

There’s activities in here for kids 0-17 and adults of all ages!

This kit is a standalone resource and we hope it will live on well after National Science Week 2020.

To download

You will see a form below. We are gathering this information only for tracking and reporting purposes so we can understand where the Activity and Resources kit went. All information will be de-identified. You will only be contacted via email in relation to feedback and no other details about you will be recorded or shared.

Enter your email address and tick the relevant boxes. (Individuals/teens please ignore the numbers question.)

Once you have done that and clicked the button, you’ll see the link to download the file. You will not be emailed the file. Clicking on the button/link that is revealed will open a new window with the PDF.

Nature Adventure & Golden Sun Moth Threatened Species Art Activities kit

Download the Kid’s Nature Adventure & Golden Sun Moth Threatened Species Art Activities sheet here [PDF 9mb]. Brought to you by NatureArt Lab.

Get your hands on these awesome STEAM kits

Libraries ACT has a range of Makers Kits available to borrow for National Science Week. From robots to 3D (printing) pens.

Visit your local libary today or

Look at these colouring-in pages from two-year olds!

Children from Bright Bees Early Learning Centre in Nicholls used the colouring-in pages. Just shows that anyone can engage with creativitiy.

Niamh, 13

The Canberra Women of Science and Art Promo poster

Could you help us promote all this? Please print out this poster and display it at your school or workplace.

Here’s a downloadable PDF [1.6MB] file: Cbr Women Science Art A3 poster general 4Aug

Or you can share the image to the left on your socials.

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